R&D INTERCHANGE - HEALTH RESEARCH FORUM
EMERGING VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES
Thursday 16 November 2017 - 0930-1230 AEDT
0930-1230 – Session One R&D Interchange Health Forum2 sub-sessions
0930-1100 Facilitator Dr Teresa Crea
Presenter (1) - Associate Professor Cedric Dumas
Presenter (2) - Dr Braden McGrath
1115-1230 – Facilitator Dr Teresa Crea
Presenter (3) - Tod Adams
The Asia Pacific Simulation Alliance (APSA) is delighted to invite you to attend the R&D Interchange Health Forum Webinar on the promise and perils of Emerging Visual Technologies.
Collaborating across industry, government and academia, the R&D Interchange webinar is where questions can be raised, probe burning issues, and discuss new knowledge and developments in the simulation space.
This R&D Interchange webinar aims to enable the exchange of information across the healthcare domain and intersecting industries, with the overall objective of identifying areas for mutually beneficial collaboration amongst participants
'USING AR TOOLS FOR HEALTH VISUALISATION'
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CEDRIC DUMAS, RESEARCHER, IMT ATLANTIQUE
Cedric is a Human Computer Interaction specialist, with a research focus on Collaboration in Virtual Environments (CVE). Being interested in CVE means looking at how Human-Human collaboration happens, but also Visual Perception, Haptic Perception, Virtual Reality, Interaction techniques and Motor Skills. The domain of application can vary from industrial prototyping to surgical skills training. Cedric has been a Project Manager in a wide variety of research projects, with private companies, in national and international funded research projects including European projects, and also in open source projects and the open publication movement.
'PROMISE AND PERILS'
DR BRADEN MCGRATH, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, NUCORIA
Braden has established a reputation as an innovative interdisciplinary technologist able to solve highly complex, human-focused system problems in a fair and equitable manner, and is experienced in both Shipley Sales and the DeerLodge High Value Selling methods. Prior to nuCoria, Braden was QinetiQ Australia’s CTO, playing an integral role in the company’s strategic direction, development, and future growth. Braden is a QinetiQ Fellow and a Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra and provides strategic advice on identifying commercial opportunities from University of Canberra research projects and developing strategies for penetrating new markets.
'TRIALLING EMERGING VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE WORKPLACE'
MS TOD ADAMS, MANAGER RURAL MOBILE SIMULATION, RURAL AND REMOTE PORTFOLIO, HETI
Tod has over 35 years’ experience working in health in clinical, management and education roles and has worked in a broad range of hospitals from large tertiary centres and private hospitals to small remote clinics in Arnhem Land Australia. She has post graduate qualifications in aged care, coronary care and health management and is an endorsed Nurse Practitioner. Tod is the manager of the Rural Mobile Simulation Centre at the Health Education and Training Institute – the education arm of NSW Health. Her role covers the management of the Mobile Simulation Centre and increasing capacity and capability of rural educators in Simulation. Tod is a member of the Australian Society for Simulation in Healthcare (ASSH) Executive Committee and is an active participant for the ASSH Special Interest Group for Rural Simulation. Tod is a keen researcher and has interests in the effects of cognitive load on communication.
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